Sunday, April 1, 2012

North Korean military jets to make goodwill visits to the South

This just in from sources. South Korea's Defence Ministry has made a shock announcement that North Korean military jets will make a historic goodwill visit to the South later this year.

In a hastily-convened press briefing in Seoul, ministry spokesman Colonel Han Ne-Wol said the visit is the result of a "historic breakthrough" following secret talks with the North's leadership. It is not know when or where the visit will take place, nor of the type of aircraft the Korean People's Air Force will send for the visit. He added that the Republic of Korea Air Force will reciprocate with a similar visit to an airfield in the North.

Recent increased tension on the Peninsula due to the North's recent missile tests making the news all the more surprising. More to follow.

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